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William_L_Intel1
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Thanks for your question and our apologies for our delayed response. I am in the process of retiring this thread. If you are still looking for comments & suggestions on your questions, please kindly start a new thread /post!input.jspa?communityID=2026 HERE . Thanks for your participation in our forum.

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Hi greetings!!!

I have a Intel Entry storage System Nas SS4000-E in my Office . I got from one of my vendor with any software CD come with it .

Intially when i installed it with one 500 G.B State Hdd without Backup Option . Now i buy Three 500 G.B Hdd so when i disconnect first 500 g.b hdd and connect other three my first 500 G.B not showing my previos Data which was stored in that Hard drive .

now when i connect this hard drive with my pc its not showing the data

please suggest what to do

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What would be the benefits of using Nehalem 7400 series of procs with VMware ESX o/s with vsphere . Is that the best possible solution for running high I/O intensive apps like SQL-Exchange -Oracle APPS .

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I asked a question on Twitter and interXeon suggested that I should post my question here http://twitter.com/IntelXeon http://twitter.com/IntelXeon

A few months ago I built a dual Xeon 2.5Gh (E5420), 12 GB Ram, Cross fire ATI on Asus Z7S-WS. I've also Water cooled the whole thing. Here are couple of pictures: http://www.deskography.org http://www.deskography.org a few weeks ago, I ordered a Dell XPS i7 3.4 OC'd to 3.7 with 6 GB ram, one Nvidia Video Card (Planning to upgrade)

I don't play with these Workstations, they are used only to do renderings. When I start a network rendering using 3DSMAX, I've noticed that my Dual Xeon is faster than my Intel i7. I dobn't have the actual minutes and seconds down yet, and I don't think RAM has anything to do with renderings, since 3DSMAX uses CPU.

Am I wrong to assume that actual dual CPU is faster than the multi-core CPU's?

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Christophe_P_Intel
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rtdesign, the E5420 is a multi-core (quad-core) processor also ... so with 8 cores in the system and more memory (12 vs 6 GB Ram) so you've got 8 cores vs 4 so your CPU capacity and throughput is up with the dual Xeon - that is my guess.

Here is a single CPU WS scores for 3ds max ... http://www.intel.com/performance/workstation/xeon3000/dcc.htm?iid=perf_ws_body+3000_dcc

scores are 6.37 (1x Core2Quad) and 10.13 (1 x Xeon)

Here are dual core CPU WS scores for 3dsmax ... http://www.intel.com/performance/workstation/xeon5000/dcc.htm?iid=perf_ws_lhn+xeon5000_dcc

scores are 10.03 (2x xeon 5400) and 16.74 (2x xeon 5500)

Chris

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Christophe_P_Intel
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rtdesign, What is your twitter handle so i can follow you

i'm @chris_p_intel

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